6.45 Juggling with Physics
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Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Marshall Clay Tallant faces a corrupt sheriff and a gang of crooked politicians as he sets out to bring law and order to Silver City.
Producer/Director Cliff Reid
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Ida Lupino Joan Leslie
When music hall duo
Runkel and Collins visit a small mining town, sisters Helen and Katie see their chance to escape.
Director Vincent Sherman
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A profile of NHS surgeon Hugh Coakham who swapped his scalpel for a saxophone and formed a jazz band to help raise the money for a magnetic brain scanner.
Director Robin Inger
Producer Grant Mansfield
Dutch craftsmen demonstrate their skills in restoring old film material. An RNIV Fauna Film production
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A science-fiction adventure for under-5s.
Music Peter Gosling Puppets Clare Beaton
Series producer Michael Cole Producer Sharon Miller (R)
Weather followed by World Snooker
Embassy World Professional Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. On day 13 of the tournament David Icke introduces coverage of the semi-finals.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
A magazine programme with subtitles and sign-language interpretation that challenges able-bodied perceptions of disability. Presented by Isobel Ward Simon Barnes and Chris Davies.
Producer Christopher Hutchins
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The latest film and video releases.
Roy Thinnes David Vincent finds a mysterious tape in an abandoned railroad car. (R)
A series of debates in which young people discuss issues which affect them. This week: who is responsible for the plight of the young homeless?
Residents of a hostel for the homeless in Edinburgh put their case to Housing
Minister, Michael Spicer. Presented by John Holdsworth and Kirsty Wark.
Producer Neil McDonald Director Nigel Shepherd
Rapido surveys the Amsterdam scene and meets Prince collaborator Candy.
There's a report on women and reggae from Jamaica and a visit to the celebrated
Tipitinas Club in New Orleans.
Plus more of the best music stories from around the world.
Presented by Antoine de Caunes. Director Peter Stuart An NBdC production
Romania: a Deadly State of Perfection
Under the Ceaucescus,
Romania was being created as a 'perfect state' without disease or dissent. But the reality was very different.
Romanian exile Chris Thau returned after the revolution to find the collapse of medicine and science under the Communist regime.
Doctors and scientists were forced to suppress information and cover up the effects of the regime's harsh policies. Those who dissented were put into psychiatric hospitals. A former inmate confronts the doctors who used medical
'treatment' to keep him quiet. Can Romania bring its medicine and science back into the modern world?
The Real Thing
Computer cybernauts are designing new worlds for us to live and work in. Producers Chris Thau and Peter Ceresole
Editor Jana Bennett
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
David Vine introduces an update on how the two semi-finals are progressing.
An original serial in seven parts by Andrew Davies , winner of the Writer's
Award, Bafta 1990. Starring
3: Stephen has a problem on his hands when his diagnosis of Professor
Furie's illness meets with violent opposition - from the patient himself.
Producer Ken Riddington Director David Tucker (R)
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Chen Sung Yau:
An enthusiast explores highways and byways of delight.
V is for Vicars.
Lucinda Lambton pays homage to pastors, parsons and prelates - particularly those who love animals.
She participates in a service with a most unusual congregation and celebrates a poet parson with a pet pig. Film editor Les Filby
Director Andrew Gosling
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With Donald MacCormick.
'The Penguin Cafe provided me with a refuge because I didn't fit in anywhere else.' Simon Jeffes writes music that cannot be pigeonholed, and plays it with the eight-piece band known the world over as the Penguin Café Orchestra.
This television concert includes some classic tracks from the PCO repertoire: Southern Jukebox Music,
Oscar Tango , Air d Danser and Salty Bean Fumbte. Studio lighting Chris Watts Producer Tony Staveacre BBC Bristol
Knowledge-Based Systems Producer Jeremy Cooper
Structural and Spanning Materials
The evolution of bridge design.
Producer B Walters